Revaluation and Property Assessment Project


REAL PROPERTY REASSESSMENT PROJECT 2019

The City of Hudson has adopted a resolution to revalue all properties within the City in an effort to create fair and equitable property assessments for the 2019 tax roll.

The goal of this project is to create fair and equitable property assessments at 100% of full market value. 

The intent of the City is to work with the community in achieving this goal.

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SNOW REMOVAL GUIDELINES

NOTICE: Snow Removal for March 8-9th 2018
Attention Hudson Residents: DPW will begin snow removal tonight, March 8th at 11:30 PM.

Please continue to follow normal Alternate-Side Parking Rules. Signs will be posted for any exemptions. 

DO NOT PARK ON EITHER SIDE of the following streets:

  1. Warren Street
  2. Worth Avenue
  3. 8th Street/ Park Place
  4. City Hall Place
  5. Mckinstry Place
  6. Union Street -- 400 & 500 block
  7. Robinson Street 
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K.I.S.S. Program Returns: Keeping Identities of Seniors Safe

The K.I.S.S. Program will be available:

DATE: 3/19/2018 - 3/30/2018
TIME: Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm  
LOCATION: Hudson City Hall, 520 Warren St., Hudson, NY 12534

The Columbia County K.I.S.S. Program will once again be available to seniors in every town in Columbia County.  The K.I.S.S. Program, founded by Columbia County Clerk Holly Tanner, stands for Keeping the Identities of Seniors Safe.  It was designed to protect the identities of our seniors while assisting them in the shredding of their sensitive materials. Seniors are encouraged to contact their local Town Hall for hours of operation and more information on the program.  Justin Weaver, Columbia County Clerk's Records Services Manager, is overseeing the program and can also be contacted with any questions at 518-822-0143.

 The program is offered quarterly as a service to assist local Seniors with the secure and safe destruction of documents that contain personal information. Old bank statements, credit card receipts, legal documents, and tax forms are just a selection of the types of documents that need to be made unreadable with a shredding service. Seniors can rest assured that their documents will be secure from the moment they are taken to the town hall, and that the company doing the shredding is a trusted, bonded company. 

 

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